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Posted July 08, 2014 by

How to Launch a Successful Career in IT

Monica Wells

Monica Wells

From mobile operation systems and online search engines to financial networks and data repositories, Information Technology has lured its way to become an important part of our daily lives. There’s no denying it – the demand for IT products and services is on the rise, and so is the demand for specialists in the field. The Bureau of labor Statistics predicts, for instance, that the job market for software engineers is by 2018 going to grow by a striking figure of 32%!

It might sound like a piece of cake, but a successful career in IT does not come that easily. Here are some tips for those interested in entering the IT sector. (more…)

Posted December 13, 2013 by

The Economist Career Horizon

Kunal Chhibber

Kunal Chhibber

If you are planning to become an economist it is quite important that you should know about all the aspects you need to possess to be a competent professional. In this post we will be discussing about all the requirements an aspirant should be adhering and the possible opportunities where one can make a great career as an economist. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2013 by

Pursuing a Graduate Degree in the US: Important Factors to Consider

Young woman in thought with a question mark over her

Young woman in thought with a question mark over her. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you’re planning to pursue your master’s or doctorate degree in the United States, choosing the right school can be an overwhelming task. You may be looking at school rankings, tuition and location as you narrow down your list, and although those factors are important, you may need to dig a little deeper to find your ideal school.

Following are some tips that may help you find the right graduate program. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2012 by

How to Survive a PhD

Dr. Jason Karp

Dr. Jason Karp

With the bleak job market and lackluster economy, many young adults are staying in school to pursue graduate degrees or returning to school after a layoff.  To advance your career and get ahead in the competitive job market, the trick is to graduate as quickly as possible so you don’t waste more time than necessary out of the job market.  This is especially true for people finding themselves out of work and needing to return. How to Survive Your PhD covers many of these tricks, offering a no-nonsense approach to getting in and out of school with your PhD in hand. Here’s some tips to complete your PhD quickly and not have to spend seven years getting it: